Sunday, October 2, 2011

Christmas Card Blog Hop Day 2

Hi All and Welcome,
I hope everyone has been enjoying the hop, all the cards are fantastic aren't they. Wow what a great weekend to be a card-maker with all the inspiration for Christmas cards, it should be a great year for you to make your own cards. If you came from Shelley Bordeleau's blog: Gardens, Crafts n More then your on the right track on the Card A Day Blog Hop.
If not then you want to got to the CADB hop and start at the beginning so you don't miss a thing, there is also a listing at the bottom of this post, too. Also, If you do a card and link it the CADB blog you have a chance to win 12 prizes (1 from each designer participating in the hop) Wow!
Now on to my card:
This card was done through a class at the local scrapbook store and scraps were used to make it. (Love using up all those extra scraps around). Card base is 6" X 6" tan DieCuts with a view. the next layer is dark red card stock 5.75" X 5.75". Next layer is the pattern paper 4.5" X 4.5". The label layer is of the tan card stock at 4" w X 3" h, dark red layer is 3.75" w X 2.75" h, off white layer for the stamped sentiment is 3.5"w X 2.5"h. All the stamps are from Heartfelt Creations "Snowmen Melt Your Heart" collection. The snowman image was stamped and colored with sharpie and bic markers. This stamp was also stamped on the shrinky material that made the charm hanging from the bow (I remember this stuff as a kid, I can't believe it's still around and being used for card-makers). Both top layers were sewn a zigzag stitch with the sewing machine (machine wasn't mine)(we were have a lot of bobbin problems at the class. Added a red bow and it's ready for any special gift. Thanks for stopping by, now for the blog candy.

The blog candy:
The drawing for the quote stack pack and the pointsettas will be drawn Monday by  random. All you need to do is: to qualify either become a follower or leave a comment, if you do both you'll have 2 chances, that's it.

Next stop on the hop is Vicki's blog: Paper Squirrel have fun....

Karin Adamczyk from ScrapperCreations
Adele Robbetze from nogardscreativecave
Christine Patton from Creative Genie-ous
Cindy Foster from Cindy's Creations
Cindy Pointe from The Creative Pointe
Janet White from Stamping At The White House
Kelly George from Sassy Scrapper Studio
Michelle Hessler from Paperthreads
Patricia Logan from MDN Creates
Shelley Bordeleau from Gardens Crafts 'n' More
Tina Campbell from Tina's Scrap Corner(You are here)
Vicki Schram from Paper Squirrel
Back to the Card a Day Blog to see who won the challenge


  1. Like your card, Tina. The sewing adds such a nice touch; I've yet to designate one of my machines for cardmaking (one of these days...LOL). Also, lovin' the shrink plastic charm. This is so popular right now - I've got some, but haven't tried it yet. Never did use it as a kid either. :)

  2. Great card, Tina. I love the charm you made for the card and willhave to add that to my supply list. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Your cards are both really nice, I like the stitching you added on this one!! Thanks for joining Robyn's My Pink Stamper Christmas Card Challenge!

  4. Oh Tina... the saying on the front of the card says it all (how can you tell that I'm a sucker for snowmen)! Love the shrink it snowman hanging from the ribbon! TFS!

  5. Very cute Tina. Love how you did the matching charm!

  6. What a cute little card. I love those snowmen. Thank you so much for sharing.

  7. Very cute card. BTW Tina, my husband and I do tractor shows also. We're from central NY. Do you ever go to the one in Canandaguia, NY? Saw the tractor on your profile pic and just wanted to say hi from another old iron wife.

  8. Love this Card.
    DIANA L.

  9. Hi KarenMC, Couldn't get an email off your blogger profile so I'll write it here.
    Yes, I have been to Canandaguia, NY for the show as my business the year that AC had there national there. I like the show, we are planning to attend next year as the club is hosting there MM show. stop by and say hello.

  10. Lovely work, Tina! Thanks for the comments while I was on vacation!

  11. The stitches is fine around but the bow seem something overload.

    Plastic card printing
    Plastic business cards